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'jmT Ibta ---J r9r Mk4 .H fth ILy .H. L fih. H JCSTAllIjlHUXn JVIjT 10, 3HSH. Entered at the VostojSlte at n'aeo, Texas, at Second Ctn Matter. VOL. 4. NO. 194. WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 25. 1892. 50 Cents Per Month V iJS X ANGEFU BRO j, m,j,KifrKTf'i 9 VW K n ' i Jt .BLi, riir ji OI- concucess. aud MEN'S SOFT and STIFF HATS 2 50 - EACH At this PRICE we offer a choice of over one thouasnd New SOFT AND STIFF HATS in all shapes that have been selling a 3,50 and $4 each. All first quality goods and Stylish Shapes. Every man who needs a hat should now make his purchase. $2.50 s EACH. Proceeding In tlio Ncunto IIoiiho Til In Jtloriilutf. IIOUBE. Washington, Fob. 25. Despite tho inclement weather, Spoaker Orisp was at his post of duty this morning in better voioo than ho had boen for some time. SENATE. Washington, Feb. 25. In the absence of Vice-President Morton to day's Bcssion of the senate was pre. Bided over by Mr. Manderson, pres ident of the senate pro tern. Tho report of the rainfall experiments called for by Mr. Sherman's resolu tions yesterday was presented and re ferred to tho committee on agricul ture. Grand Army Poit No. GO in Illinois protests against the 1'roe coinage of silver and its protest was presented by Mr. Cullom and one in Colorado presented petitions for further pension legislation and its potition was pre sented by Teller. THE jTIIXCIISiLLi-WAKD OASC. New Spring Styles in STETSON, KNOX and other well known makes of Hats now ready. Inspection invited to our new SPRING STOCKS of 9 ANGER BROS .Minn JoIniNOii'N Trlnl for Itelciikc on Hull. Memphis, Tonn , Feb. 25 In the Jonson habeas corpus oaso to day Dr. Henning, tho family physician, testi fied that Lillie Johnson had always been in delicate health. Ho attended her in jail and found her suffering from nervous prostration and consid ered the confinement to bo bad for her health. Rev. Father Veaje, a mem ber of whoso congregation Alias John son is, testified to her good character. MessrB. Oantt and Patterson, epoko on behalf of the application Uther wit nesses testified in her behalf. The state's attoincy said he did not doom it necessary now to make argument, but later on in tho trial ho would pro duce additional evidenco to show Miss Johnson's connection with tho mur der. Tho case was then taken under advisement. TXTstco, Te3ssus- THE AM IGHTY DOLLAR! -Ias Beep Used To a wonderful advantage in the purchase of this season's Stock, and has accomplished for us truly surprising results. Our New Goods have arrived, and we are now offering the best bargains in Furniture ever placed before the people of Central lexas. You can not afford to buy a' Bedroom Suit until you have seen our New Goods. A FEW FRIGES IN PLAIN FIGURES: Our $27.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $12.50. Our $37. ) Cheval Suit Saves you $15.00. Our $47.50 Cheval Suit is the best value we ever offered and saves you $20.00. GOING TO lilUCUIA, We take pleasure in announcing to the pub lic that about JSfclauroli 1st: KT:srfc We will occupy the Store Rooms, cornet Fifth and Austin Avenue, Nos. 500, 502 and 504, with a Complete - Assortment Of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Ladies' and Housefurnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods, Trunks Valises, Etc. Respectfully, hittinghill, Jones &. Goodloe A Record Breaker One-Fourth Off Colored ;nicu Who Want to Learo America. Pittsutjrg, Feb. 25, A party of nine colored men from Arkansas passed through the city for Now York from where they expect to make ar rangements for transportation to Li beria. They stated that they had been working on plantations in the southern part of the state and have long been dissatisfied with their con dition. Bishop Turner had told them that freo transportation to Liberia would be furnished them by tho Libo rian consul in New York, and thoy wero on tho way to arrange for their departure. IHAYOU IN JAIL. We' will, beginning Monday morning, the 22d inst., and continu ing for THE WEEK, inaugurate Our new line of Wicker Rockers and Fancy Chairs is the most attractive ever shown in this market. Latest de signs, largest stock and lowest prices. Our new stock of Sideboards is full of wonderful values: Our $18.00 Sideboard saves you $7.00, and you are very hard to please if oui $30.00 Sideboards are not fine enough for you. ESQ HUT BUY II FObOBNO SEA until you have seen the latest thing out. We have it and you will want it. WACO FURNITURE COMPANY, Sixth and Jackson Streets. A Policeman Arrests the Executive for Uoiiig Drunk, Fort Dodge, Fob. 25. Sam Goughengh, Mayor of Gerry is in trouble. He was arrested by his own policeman for being drunk and disor derly and spent the night in jail. He secured bail on Sunday and sorved papers on the mon who had him ar rested, charging them with malioious prosecution. Thoy in turn commenc ed suit against tho mayor for serving papers on Sunday. The mayor has beon requested to rosign. CoiiHecruted Illkbop. Atlanta, Feb. 25. Rev. Clevland K. Nelson, rector of South Bethlehem, Pa,, was yesterday conseorated bishop of tho Protestant Episcopal dioocso of Georgia hmho Cathedral of St. Luke in this oity, Right Rov. Bishop Quint ard of Tonn., performing the ceremo ny. Bishop Nelson will make At lanta his headquarters. Tho ((tiny Mbel Suit. PiTTsnuna, Fob. 25. Tho Post Publishing Company, Albert J. Darr, president and James Mills oditor, do iendants in the Quay libel suit wero refused a new trial this morning and sontenoe imposed. Defendant com pany was finod $30u and Messrs. Durr and Mills fifty dollars and cott. A G'uliir Acquitted, Lamar, Mo , Feb. !i5. Tho case against L. G. Malonov oasbicr of tho Defunct Bank of M. N. Wileo, indict ed for rccoiving deposits while tho bank was in a failing condition, has resulted in a verdict of not guilty. AGreat 14 Off Clearing Sale To make room for our Spring Stock now on the way. This will be the For BARGAIN SEEKERS ever offered. For this Week We will give you off from our regular low' prices on our Entire stock of DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS, NO TIONS, TABLE LINENS, LACE and PORTIERE CURTAINS, SHOES, etc. Iu fact, our ttire) stock Will be offered this week for J off (except our Domestics and Prints). This Means l.OO FOR 75c. Remember that ours is a strictly ONE PRICE STORE and all goods are marked in plain figures. Everything this Week at 1-4 Off THE ADER! ft If